Definition of Seaboots

1. seaboot [n] - See also: seaboot



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Seaboots

seabeaches
seabeard
seabed
seabeds
seaberries
seaberry
seabird
seabirds
seablite
seablites
seaboard
seaboards
seaboat
seaboats
seaboot
seaboots (current term)
seaborgate
seaborgates
seaborgium
seaborgiums
seaborn
seaborne
seabound
seabuckthorn
seacalf
seacalfs
seacalves
seachange
seachanger
seachangers

Literary usage of Seaboots

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Log of the Snark by Charmian London (1915)
"We ate our fried fowl and taro in the cabin, without re- .moving our seaboots, and solaced the muggy hours of work below with many drinks of cocoanut water ..."

2. The Provincetown Plays by George Cram Cook, Frank Shay (1921)
"And he sold us rotten oilskins and seaboots full of holes, and shipped us on a skysail yarder round the Horn, and took two months' pay for it! ..."

3. The Provincetown Plays by George Cram Cook, Frank Shay (1921)
"And he sold us rotten oilskins and seaboots full of holes, and shipped us on a skysail yarder round the Horn, and took two months' pay for it! ..."

4. The Provincetown Plays by Eugene O'Neill, Floyd Dell (1916)
"The steamer's whistle sounds particularly loud in the silence.) DAVIS: Damn this fog! (Reaches in under a bunk and yanks out a pair of seaboots which he ..."

5. The Leisure Hour (1893)
"... so that when the engineer went on duty in rough- weather he donned oilskins and seaboots to protect himself from the seas that came aboard. ..."

6. One Hundred Modern Scottish Poets: With Biographical and Critical Notices by David Herschell Edwards (1883)
"In oilskins and sou'-wester dress'd, He hastens to the quay ; His large seaboots, capacious breast, So manly, free, and brave, With tawny face, sunburnt and ..."

7. In Northern Seas by Alfred Searcy, E. Whitington (1905)
"... old man's bunk,' and sure enough there it would be found, mixed up with blankets, oilskins, seaboots. and other fixings peculiar to a seafaring life. ..."

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